This Tamil Gospel singer-songwriter is using Derek's proclamations to share God's powerful truths to the world
Have you ever heard of Brother S. J. Berchmanns? You might not know him, yet he is a famous Tamil Gospel songwriter, singer and preacher. Recently, our DPM India Directors met him; when they did an amazing discovery. Read more...
Testimonies after 10 days of teaching in Sri Lanka: "I now recognise the curse of idolatry working in her family and am able break it off!"
In August, our DPM-India Directors, Elsie and Danny, made a 10-day teaching and ministry trip to Sri Lanka, accompanied by translator, Ps Prince.One lady immediately testified of how she was able to recognise the curse of idolatry working in her family and break it off. Another lady, with tears, testified of how the Lord had convicted her of her sins as she listened to the teaching - and that she
A few weeks prior to the tragic bombings on Easter Sunday our India Directors Elsie and Daniel travelled to Sri Lanka to train and encourage hundreds of pastors by making Derek Prince’s teaching freely available to them. In the light of the recent terrorist attacks on Christians in Sri Lanka we as a ministry are not just praying for Christians in this land but we are also thinking and planning on
'One of my problems was giving out spiritual material to new believers', says an evangelist from Myanmar. His team visits remote villages to share the Gospel, and people gladly receive Jesus Christ as their Lord. But how to help them deepen their faith until his next visit to these towns? Then he received Derek Prince's Bible materials. 'They are very valuable!'
We are delighted to advise that the new DPM Japan website now has heaps of teaching on it in Japanese and we are wanting to let as many Japanese speaking churches and believers know about this amazing resource. Please share this news with any Japanese speaking people you know and especially to Japanese language churches.
Yao Phor, a young pastor in a north-eastern province in Cambodia, has about 100 people in his congregation. He shared that there are many demonic works in his village - the devil makes people sick and asks them to kill animals as an offering. When a New Zealand missionary couple visited Cambodia earlier this year and held a seminar for pastors, Yao Phor eagerly attended.